What if we could design an autonomous flying robot with the navigational and learning abilities of a honeybee?
Such a computationally and energy-efficient autonomous robot would represent a step-change in robotics technology and is precisely what the ‘Brains on Board’ project aims to achieve.
For the first time, researchers from four major UK research centres are coming together with their academic and industrial collaborators in London to talk about how they can create neuromorphic controllers with the capabilities of [...]
We are delighted to announce the recently awarded £4.8M EPSRC programme grant: “Brains on Board”: Neuromorphic Control of Flying Robots! The grant will fuse computational and experimental neuroscience to develop a new class of highly [...]
The “Brains on Board” team supports open-access publishing and aims to share and disseminate outcomes to researchers and the public alike.
Meet the “Brains on Board” Project Team, Advisory Board, and Partners.
+ Sheffield Robotics – University of Sheffield
+ Centre for Computational Neuroscience and Robotics – University of Sussex
+ Department of Biological and Experimental Psychology – Queen Mary University of London
+ Department of Biomedical Sciences – University of Sheffield